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    I like the overline fenders. They are just too expensive


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    Bushwacker... Take a beating and no damage to the bodyMOAB_3_19_42 (1).jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clearskies View Post
    Bushwacker... Take a beating and no damage to the bodyMOAB_3_19_42 (1).jpg
    This^^^ or at least trimmed factory flares if money is an issue. Ran the Rubicon with a rig that had the PS aluminum flares. We both ended up going hard into the same rock on the divers rear. My fender flare folded... his quarter panel folded.

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    I really like the Mce, here is 35s and 37s.. IMG_20191002_180749_651.jpgIMG_20191119_125715_202.jpeg

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    MCEs are nice but not impervious to damage. B9BCFF7C-A9CD-441D-AB9D-A8562E8741B5.jpg


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    Quote Originally Posted by fiend View Post
    MCEs are nice but not impervious to damage. B9BCFF7C-A9CD-441D-AB9D-A8562E8741B5.jpg


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    I don’t think any fender is impervious to damage...but the soft fenders don’t transfer impact force to the body panels, not to mention the weight savings..I also like MCE’s, got them on three different jeeps...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brute View Post
    I don’t think any fender is impervious to damage...but the soft fenders don’t transfer impact force to the body panels, not to mention the weight savings..I also like MCE’s, got them on three different jeeps...
    True. My fender is a bit thrashed but the body metal is fine.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jorgelrod View Post
    nice!!!!!!!!
    Thanks - hopefully I can remember what I did so I can cut the color match flares on my new jk the same way.


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